Mental Fatigue in the Brain - Sustaining attention for a prolonged period of time increases temporal variability in cortical responses

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  1. Sam Prinssen
  2. Michael X Cohen

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Description: Data and code accompanying research project described in this publication: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2019.02.016

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Project title: Sustaining attention for a prolonged period of time increases temporal variability in cortical responses Project ID: MFBrain (Mental Fatigue in the Brain) Authors: Reteig, L.C., van den Brink, R.L., Prinssen, S., Cohen, M.X., & Slagter, H.A. Affiliation: Department of Psychology, University of Amsterdam Year: 2018 Preprint: bioRxiv Published version: Reteig, L. C., van den Brin...

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    Behavioral (task, ratings) in text format and EEG data (raw, preprocessed, analyzed) in BioSemi / MATLAB format

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